>A fun, simple and educational way to use a sky computer like the Meade MySky Plus or the Celestron Skyscout is to add an astronomy binocular. Goes like this. Pick a star or other object in the sky, identify it with your Skyscout or Mysky, then take a closer look with a binocular. Add a star map and you can navigate your way through a good many objects in short time. A good basic, everyday binocular, such as the Nikon Action Extreme 8×40 or the Celestron Outland LX 10×50 will do, nicely and you can also use these binoculars for most daytime applications, too.